RARE Russian WW2 RPG 43 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade, in near mint condition, all original paint intact, this particular example is WW2 made and has been used as a drill in the late 40s. 


INERT - F.F.E (Free From Explosives)

Shipping UK ONLY 




The RPG-43 (for ruchnaya protivotankovaya granata obraztca 1943 goda, meaning "hand-held anti-tank grenade") was a high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) hand grenade used by the Soviet Union during the Second World War. It entered service in 1943, replacing the earlier models RPG-40 and RPG-41. The RPG-43 used a shaped charge HEAT warhead, whereas the RPG-40 used the simpler HE (high explosive) warhead. The RPG-43 had a penetration of around 75 mm of rolled homogeneous armour at a 90 degree angle. Later in the war, it was improved and became the RPG-6

RARE Russian WW2 RPG 43 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade